FOR SALE: Tons Of Ridiculous Items That Were Seized In Police Raids

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If you’re a fan of Antiques Roadshow and Storage Wars, you might want to check out propertyroom.com.The website takes property seized by law enforcement and puts it up for auction at a steep discount.

Proceeds from the site, which was started by a police officer, benefit the 2,800 communities that the site partners with.

The items are evaluated and appraised by experts, who throw out the fake stuff.

This week’s featured item? A  Patek Philippe watch made of crocodile, rose gold and sapphire crystal worth about $125,000. It will go for sale May 9.

You can also find laptops, jewelry and fine art that all go to auction starting at $1.

This is a Patek Philippe watch made of crocodile, rose gold and sapphire crystal worth about $125,000 that will go for sale May 9.

Here's a rare, 1901 U.S. Liberty half eagle gold coin. They can retail for up to $2,500.

This 5.3 carat lavender Tanzanite and diamond ring was listed with an opening bid of just $1. The retail value is around $3000.

This is a Laguna Beach bikini seized in a raid. It retails for $300.

A real Louis Vuitton purse is for auction. It could retail for more than $1,000, even used.

Under weird items, here is a faucet with an LED light that flashes red for hot and blue for cold.

Here's a set of surveillance cameras and a TV, in case you need some extra security.

This abstract painting is by artist Wyland and can retail for $18,000. It includes a signature and certificate of authenticity.

Here's a brand new e-machine computer set that comes with speakers and a 19-inch monitor.

This brand-new Valentino watch started at a price of $1. The watches normally retail for about $700.

If you're into more neon arm decorations, you can buy 100 glow bracelets that were seized in a raid...and free shipping!

Here's a gram of solid 24 karat gold. This would retail for up to $140, according to Amazon.

Here's a star and moon Moped that was seized by police. It would retail for more than $1,000.

Here's a Canon EOS Rebel camera for auction. They retail for around $600.

Here are two antique Scottish Kilt pins, one in amber, which makes it more valuable. What wild raid are these from?

These 3 laptops entered the auction at $1.

If you're looking to throw a party, here's a DJ's mini fog machine that was seized in a raid.

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